"Hi Dr.....I'm really concerned. My husband went to hospital on August 1st....stomach pain and general lethargy. We were on transplant list for only about 2 months. They gave him a lot of pain meds which brought on encephalopathy which re..."
"My husband just began the process to be listed for liver transplant and completed the Creatinine Clearance test. Our Hepatologist said it showed his kidneys weren't working great and he may need to see a kidney doctor. He didn't have t..."
Hi!!! My husband had a liver transplant less than 2 months ago and he also has confusion that is not improving. He was like this pryor to his liver transplant. We were waiting for about 9 months and we were lucky my husband was able to get a donor. I wanted to ask if your husband improved from his confusion. I am hoping that my husband will improve in time. Grateful for any answer regarding this.
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